Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison visited the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, according to a USA Today Sports report.
Harrison, 34, became a free agent when he refused to accept a pay cut to stay with Pittsburgh for another season. He was set to meet the with Baltimore last month, but the Ravens instead signed Elvis Dumervil.
The Bengals are reportedly also interested in linebackers Karlos Dansby and Akeem Jordan, as they seek a starting strong-side linebacker to combine with middle linebacker Rey Maualuga and weak-side linebacker Vontaze Burfict.
Harrison played in 13 games last season and contributed six sacks, his lowest total since 2006-07.